Infrastructure Design Engineer

Ref No. CLGCOM3
Location Reading, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

As part of the Network Design and Build team, the purpose of this role is to be responsible for the data centre and connectivity design and support the implementation of the network deployment.

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Infrastructure Design Engineer

The Job

  • Development of the Data Centre design blue prints for global roll out incl rack layouts, footprint layouts, power and cable layouts
  • On-site support for network installation work incl rack/stack and cabling
  • Handover to Operations team necessary 'as built' documentation
  • Manage connectivity suppliers for services such as point to point capacity, IP transit, IPX incl ensuring necessary internal cabling/connectivity in place
  • Establish remote connectivity via public internet in each WING DC incl configuration of firewall functions
  • Troubleshoot issues related to data centre provided services
  • Provide inputs into wider architecture/design process for IP/data/transport/security domains
  • Development of requirements towards Data Centre vendors as part of procurement process
  • Support the Design and Build function as needed

Networkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

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